Seton-La Salle WR commits to Toledo
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Enticed by Toledo's offensive style, Seton-La Salle's Danzel McKinley-Lewis verbally committed to play football for the Rockets. The 6-foot, 180-pound wideout will be a senior in the fall.
“Two guys who played in that spread offense are NFL slot receivers now,” said first-year Seton-La Salle coach Damon Rosol, counting Tampa Bay's Eric Page and Jacksonville's Cecil Shorts. “That position in the offense really appealed to him.”
McKinley-Lewis had 40 catches for 791 yards and eight touchdowns last season. He also played center field for Seton-La Salle, which was runner-up in the WPIAL Class AA baseball playoffs.
Page played for Toledo. Shorts played for Mt. Union when Toledo coach Matt Campbell was an assistant there.
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